CANADA: Morale Upped

President Herbert Hoover was informed last week that he may expect this week a visit, "strictly unofficial," from Canada's Prime Minister, Hon. Richard Bedford Bennett.

In several ways host and guest are alike. Both are rich, portly, pious and conservative. Last May the Canadian Liberal Cabinet (which preceded Conservative Bennett's) greatly obliged the Hoover

Administration by entering into a "gentlemen's agreement" that Canada would not clear liquor ships bound for U. S. ports. Last week it was announced in Ottawa that since May the Canadian Treasury has lost $15,000,000 in liquor revenue taxes,...

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